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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​כי הות אמינא מילתא הוה אקשי ליך עשרין וארבע קושייתא ונפריקנא להון עשרין וארבעה פרוקי וממילא רווחא שמעתא


Nov
14
comment Forbidden to eat while standing up?
@AdamMosheh If that was a suggested edit I would have rejected it as too minor. Please make substantive changes in your edits.
Nov
14
comment Why does Tanya list editions?
@ShmuelBrin If it comes true it will either have been real prophecy or it was self-fulfilling. Those are the only two reasons it could have come true (since I assume we can leave coincidence out of this, since Tanya didn't get accidentally printed everywhere).
Nov
14
comment How is lack of tznius lifnei eiver?
@sam And if she is walking around naked I also shouldn't stare at her...
Nov
14
comment Must one pray with a minyan?
You're looking only for sources which are post-ShA?
Nov
14
revised chulin-tractate wiki description
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Nov
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reviewed Edit chulin-tractate tag wiki excerpt
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revised chulin-tractate wiki excerpt
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Nov
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comment How is lack of tznius lifnei eiver?
@sam Still don't see the point. If she walks out fully clothed then she is giving you the opportunity to stare intently and extensively and licentiously at her. Lifnei Iver.
Nov
14
revised Masheches Yuma or Yoma?
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Nov
14
revised In Judaism, does God have a body?
i don't see any references to kabbala in the question or answers
Nov
14
revised Does Judaism believe in a form of Panentheism?
I don't see any references to kabbalah in this question, and the answers demonstrate that non-kabbalists have addressed it
Nov
14
comment How is lack of tznius lifnei eiver?
@sam What's your point?
Nov
14
revised Why make the Kohen burning the Para Aduma rabbinically impure?
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Nov
14
comment Does Judaism believe in a form of Panentheism?
Do you feel the OP was unclear about the meaning he was looking for, given his link and his elaboration in the body of the post?
Nov
14
comment Can a Jew serve as a secular judge?
@Fred They also probably wouldn't have anything to say about the question "Does Jewish law recognize that you attained a status of Secular Judge?" That read of the question is unintuitive as I would have expected it to express support for its assumption that there is a status of Secular Judge in Jewish law.
Nov
14
comment Can a teen threaten or attack one parent, who is beating or is about to beat the other?
@AdamMosheh This site is not for people to express their level of happiness about the Rambam's decisions. We expect our answers to be supported by facts and references, not opinions.
Nov
14
comment Which communities do not allow women to drive cars?
@ShmuelBrin b"H!
Nov
14
comment Can a Jew serve as a secular judge?
@NoamSienna I doubt any of those people consulted with a Halachik authority before choosing their profession. They would probably have nothing to say about a question tagged halacha if you asked them.
Nov
14
comment What is the machlokes between the Gra and Ba'al HaTanya?
@ray The arguments here are not just about logical possibility, but also about what is reasonable to someone with a brain.
Nov
14
comment Yom Tov Sheni after Moshiach
There already is technically no need for it. More importantly, did anyone think it would be impossible? In the future the Sanhedrin could establish Yom Tov Shlishi (and Revi'i) if they wanted to. I don't see what this answer adds.